This article contains spoilers for episode 7 of Survivor 45, which aired on 8 November.
Kaleb Gebrewold became its first member 45 year survivor Jury during episode 7. But, if Bruce Perrault had his choice, the 29-year-old Canadian would have made his way to Ponderosa sooner than that.
Kaleb and Bruce’s games were intertwined during the first tribal swap of season 45. As one of the three Lulus who left, Kaleb dropped his yellow buff and randomly chose the same color fabric on day 8. Bruce, the frontman of Belo , trade a blue buff i. for yellow, creating a new tribe of five alongside Kaleb, Katurah Topps, Jake O’Kane, and Kellie Nalbandian.
Although Kaleb was the only non-original Belo member on the beach, he quickly made progress with his teammates, including Bruce. Before starting the “Fishing” phase, Kaleb even covered for Bruce when the 47-year-old was campaigning to capture the Hidden Immunity Idol.
Kaleb’s relationship with the other four was not truly tested before the remaining 13 contestants converged on one beach, however. They earned Immunity in both rounds as Lulu, which meant they never voted for each other to prove their loyalty.
So, once Kaleb and Bruce were surrounded by 11 other players, the last person’s attitude towards them changed. Kaleb was seen as perhaps the biggest social threat left in the game, and Bruce watched him with several conversations with various players.
Bruce turned his gun on Kaleb, and assembled his troops – as well as the Reba-powered alliance – to take a shot. When Kaleb was vulnerable during the amalgamated Tribal Council on day 13, he received 11 votes. But, luckily for him, Kaleb’s Shot in the Dark succeeded, canceling all votes cast against him.
Instead of leaving Kaleb, Janani left “J. Maya” Krishnan-Jha was instead expelled during the recall.
But Kaleb’s record-setting drama only delayed the inevitable. Considering he took a vote from every eligible player, Kaleb focused on damage control. But, Bruce’s decision to turn on Kaleb eventually brought down the software vendor.
On the 14th, the remaining 12 castaways were split into two groups at the Immunity Challenge in anticipation of two Tribal Councils that night. Even though Kaleb and Bruce weren’t on the same team, Kaleb’s threat level followed him to the Red squad. He was unable to win Immunity and at the final Tribal Council of the night, Kaleb was voted out by Katurah, Austin Li Coon, Dee Valladares, and Julie Alley.
Kaleb felt like he was under Bruce’s thumb for days and he believes that Bruce made the wrong move by turning on him
Kaleb spoke to Entertainment Weekly in an interview published on November 9, the day after we watched Kaleb leave Ponderosa. The outlet’s Dalton Ross asked Kaleb why he believed Bruce turned on him after Lulu.
Kaleb said that as he developed strong bonds with players that Bruce had played with from the start, the insurance agent grew “insecure”.
“Do you ever hear about relationships like bonds?” Kaleb asked. “I feel that, for me, in the alliances, I need people who have a secure attachment style. I think Bruce — and the idea that I was getting close to his allies — was very unsure that they were perhaps getting closer to me than they were to him. But at the end of the day, we were all strategic enough to know that we needed each other. And I did everything to try and get Bruce in the fold.”
Kaleb said that for four days he felt like Bruce’s “B*****” because he was following every order that Bruce demanded – which we saw on the show. He also said that he took time to learn about Bruce’s life while sharing his own stories, which may have backfired on Kaleb. “I think we invested in each other,” he continued. “And I think he was so upset that he wasn’t being let in and he treated me as the reason for him at the merge.”
Kaleb said that Bruce and Kellie were the most time he spent interacting with players, and he couldn’t understand why Bruce chose to turn his alliance, especially when there were some players on the beach that Bruce wasn’t playing with them before. , including Reba’s six contestants. “I think he hurt his game and other people’s game by doing that,” Kaleb said of Bruce’s betrayal.
Regardless, Kaleb is out of the running for $1 million and Bruce remains in the game with a 1-in-10 chance of being the Sole Survivor. But, it will be a tough path for Bruce. His storyline is mainly about him knocking out other contestants – especially Katurah.
Since most players know that Bruce has a Hidden Immunity Idol, he doesn’t hide his thirst for leadership, and it’s not easy to be around when they’re starving and living in the elements, wouldn’t it surprised me. if Bruce joins Kaleb in the Jury sooner rather than later.
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